It doesn’t matter what language you speak, or where you’re from.
Imagine exploring Costa Rica’s beaches,, rainforests, remote villages, waterfalls, and wildlife while driving an ATV, motorcycle or UTV. It doesn’t matter what language you speak, or where you’re from. Whether you’re a first-timer, or a seasoned veteran looking for something more challenging, we have the off-road adventure for you! All of our ATV tours leave conveniently from Jaco Costa Rica - just five minutes away from Los Suenos Resort.
You may take a motorcycle on the ATV tour. However, we do not recommend it. A rider needs to have motocross experience and a valid motorcycle license to do the tour on a motorcycle. The rider is 100% responsible for himself and the vehicle in case of an accident or damages.
The consumption of alcoholic beverages while visiting the restaurants we visit on tour is at the riders’ discretion. All riders must remain below the legal BAC while operating our vehicles. Our guides do retain the right to confiscate keys if they feel a rider is over the legal limit and is a danger to him/herself and others.
Not all tours have this service, ask at the office before your tour. Please be aware that if you do not purchase the video or photos immediately after the tour, we delete them.
No, we only offer guided tours into the rainforest.
Regular valid automobile driver’s license.
We provide helmets with visors as well as goggles for all of our ATV tours.
We do not have lockers; however, we do have a secure office where we can store your luggage while you are on the ATV tour.
No, to ride on an ATV as a passenger have to be older than 5 years old. However, you can do the tour with the infant in their car seat in a Rhino/UTV.
We always maintain between 40 and 50 vehicles in our fleet.
Yes, but the smallest amount that we can hold on a single card is $1000.
Yes, ATV drivers must be 16 years of age or older with a valid driver’s license. Unlicensed participants and children under 16 must ride as passengers.
Yes, as long as both have a valid driver's license.
Unfortunately, we delete all unsold videos at the end of the day.
While we do not guarantee that you will see animals on any of the tours we offer, our tours have been designed to maximize your chances by putting you in the right place at the right time. The animals you might see on the tours we offer are wild. Although we make no direct promises, we enjoy a rich variety of wildlife in Costa Rica, so seeing animals and/or rare birds while you are in the rainforest is subject to the whims of nature. This applies to our tours of Manuel Antonio National Park, The Monkey Mangrove tour, Crocodile tours, ATV's, Zipline Canopy tours and any other tours that offer the chance to see flora and fauna in the wild.
Closed-toed shoes are highly recommended on our ATV tours to protect your ankles and feet from any debris that might fly up while you are driving your machines through the rainforest. Ultimately, you must sign our waiver that absolves us of any potential liability and as such, you can make the determination for yourself.
Sorry, but no. We do have motorcycles for rent to customers with a valid motorcycle license. However, our ATVs and UTVs are available for guided tours only. We do not offer ATVs or Rhinos for private rentals outside of the tours we offer.
Although we do our best to make as many of our ATV tours private as possible, the private ATV tour is only guaranteed on the Full Day Tour Del Rey. If you do not intend to book the full day tour and privacy is paramount, please contact us to see what we can arrange for you.
Since the majority of our ATV tours are private, the number of ATV passengers in your group cannot outnumber the drivers.
We offer both ATVs and UTVs, (Mules or Rhinos). Our ATVs are 4-wheeled, all-terrain machines with a bar seat and handlebars. ATVs can be used with up to 2 people: a driver and a passenger sitting front to back as you would ride on a motorcycle. Our UTVs are 4-wheeled, all-terrain vehicles that are similar to a small, open-air Jeep with a roll bar, steering wheel and 4 seats. UTVs may be used with up to 4 people sitting side-by-side, (two in the front, two in the back).
All ATV drivers must be a minimum of 16 years old. All ATV drivers must also have a valid driver’s license. Children under 16 and anyone without a driver’s license are welcome to ride as passengers on someone else’s ATV.
We require a $1000 damage deposit for every 4 machines used. A hold will be placed on your credit card at the start of your ATV tour, and then released once the machines are returned in the same condition in which they were rented.